HoodiThin is a hoodia based weight loss supplement that is in liquid form, rather than the traditional pill form. The claim is that since it is liquid (administered through a dropper) it is absorbed faster and more effectively into your system. While this may be true, the ingredient that you’re absorbing is hoodia gordonii, a diet pill ingredient that has not been proven to contribute to weight loss at all despite its recent popularity.
- Hoodia Gordonii (250 ml)
Hoodia Gordonii – As mentioned above, hoodia is a fad ingredient that diet pill companies are exploiting that, in actuality, has zero clinical research behind it that backs up its claims. It is claimed that hoodia is an appetite suppressant, but the science just isn’t there.
Common to almost all hoodia based diet supplements is the posting of TV show endorsements for hoodia on the website. HoodiThin is no exception, with TV logos all over the place trying to add some credibility to their main ingredient. Also, like nearly all hoodia diet pills, they claim to only have the “pure” hoodia. They have their “authentic certificate” which was probably whipped up in about 10 minutes. Don’t buy into the hype.
$59.95 per bottle. Exensive for what you’re getting (a worthless ingredient) and what you’re not losing (weight).
They have a 30 day money back guarantee. We like to see at least 60 days. This isn’t the best guarantee by any means.
Like most other hoodia based diet pills, HoodiThin is not worth your time or your money. Hoodia has not been proven to help you lose weight and is popular only because of hyped up marketing done by the manufacturers of the hoodia products. The price is way to much for what you’re getting and the guarantee isn’t up to par. Two thumbs down for HoodiThin.